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TIlL N/II('ll1C~AN flAII\ THUI~SDAY. DECEMI3Efl. 6. 192~

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T Nobel Prizes Given
To Wieland, Bergson
Allbwed To Drive To First Of Year
With Out-Of-Town Automobiler
License Plates .
By the beginning of the year, all
students who have motor cars. must i
have Michigan license plates as t
well as those required by the Uni-;
versity. This dictum is :the Nev
Year's message to -students xWho are
now driving autombbiles -undeithe
regulations of the University bear-
ing out-of -state )licenses'=plates
from Chief of Police Thomas M.
O'Brien.. ,a;
"There is a special law. givingt
tourists a 90-day privilege to oper-"
ate their cars in this state without
obtaining Michigan plates" the
chief stated. "Students coming\
here late. in, September : and re-
maining through ;the school termy
are not considered tourists in any .
sense of the word; the law, never- : ..
theless, gives them the benefit of
the doubt and. does.. not require %E
plates until the first of the new r
In. corroboratLhn of C h~ie f;
Q!Brien's statement, Walter B. Rea, !
assistant to the dean of students inX
charge of University automobilea
regulation, also pointed out that ,_
the students were in an uncertain┬▒
position with regard to the license Heinrich Wieland
law and bore out the police offi- And Henri Bergsont
cial's statement that noncompli- Who are among the recoent win-
ance with this law would result in iters of Nobel prizes. Professor
arrestaof the student involved. Wieland, top, of Berlin, Germany,
~~.also pointed out that the Unii- was awarded. the chemistry prize
Versity. refuses to issue its own li- iiA 1928 for his work with gall acids.
cense plates except when the state Henri Bergson, below, noted!
plates and certificates of title are French philosopher, won the 1927
within the state requirements. "No award for literature.
Dean's permits are granted until ' ---
the proper state plates are obtain- PROFESSOR AiGLER IS ILL
ed,". he said. "The police. depart-
ment has been most lenient in this Prof. Ralph W. Aigler of the Law
matter. It is up to the students school and chairman of the Board'
who have been .granted. University in Control of Athletics has been
permission to drive their cars to :confined to his home the past week
take immediate steps to comply because of illness. Professor Aigler;
with the Michigan law." .,. will be unable to meet his classes
The sale.of license plates is pro- in the Law school for the remainder'
ceeding with extreme slowness, a of this semester.
report from the . Bureau of the
Chamber of Commerce stated. TheThae
office As ,-open: daily, except Suniday Detroit Theaters
from 9 oclock until noon and from
1 to 4 o'clock.A
Sale Of Soph Prom CASS THEATRE
Prices: Evenings $1 to $2.50
'Matinee Saturday-75c to $1.59,
Sale of Sophomore Prom tickets, "The Silent House"

Mr. James H. Wood, professor in Wood often applies a coating of
the bird division of the museum of -hellac or glue. A base of wax
Zoology in the University Museum, celluloid to prevent the larger
has worked out a principle for pre- leaves from curling, is often ap-
serving natural foliage which is plied.
undoubtedly one of the most effi- The process was first considered
dent that has ever been used. In by John Raleigh of the A nerican
preparing backgrounds for natural museum in New York when some-
history exhibits some form of foli- fling to eliminate the expense a]
age must be used which will stand time of making artificial foliage
up well and not fade; in the past for museum backgrounds.
most of these backgrounds were
composed of artificial leaves and
branches. i Oourse
Wood's process is based upon de- In BitmnouS Study
hydration. The iatural leaves are -
made- -tansparenit by having all In response to numerous re-
the color removed in a solution of quests, the University will offer a
alchol, sodium bW-sulphite, and gly- slicrt course in bituminous ma-
cerine. The result is almost a pure' terials and bituminouspavements
white effect. Aost of the processes
used by other'. institutions caused durin- the C4,ristmas vacation. The
the leaves to turn brown, lifeless work will start on Wednesday, De-
anA rarely could be colored satis- cember 26, and will end on Satur-
factorily. day, January 5.
After the leaves have been made '

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Michailoff To Lead
Action Against Sofia

Iloaned more than $500. Nor may
BANKERS ASSOCIATIO , any student receive more than; $250
- one school year.
When a person receiving a loan
scholarship award shall have re-
paid the association all the funds
received by him, together with in-
terest thereon, he shall receive a
Two loan scholarships of $250 certificate of honorary member-
each are being offered this seine- ship in the Association Founda-
ster to University students whose tion.
courses of study involve banking or
related economic subjects, it was NEW SCIENTIFIC
announced yesterday by Prof. Clare
E. Griffin, actijag Dean of the BOOK PUBLISHED
School of Business Administration.
The scholarships are offered an- As part of the University scien-
nually by the American Bankers tific series . which ar , pullished
association. periodically, a new series of, books
"'It is an honor to the University reporting problems of research
to be selected as one of the schools work which are being done at the
in which these scholarships are University Museum, to be known as
made available," said Dean Griffin the "Memories .of the University of
yesterday. "Only .those institutions Michigan Museums," has been in-
are picked which offer unusually 'novated.
good facilities for economic study The first .of the volumes, which
and which have a reputation for a will be . published whenever re-
student body of high caliber." search work of large enough scope
The loans must be paid back by to .be included in a volume is done,
students receiving them to, The has-already. appeared. It is en-
American Bankers association, In- titled "The Whip Snakes and
terest is charged at' 5 per cent for Racers," and is a study of the evo-
that portion of the loan which is' lution of two species of snakes.


transparent they are placed in a
solution which causes them to L
prserved by cl ianging them to a-
soft rubbery lire substance at th(
and of ten days or so. Wood's proc-
esses are the results of long experi-
ments on attermpts to improved th.
cld unsatisfactory methods.
Whenthe leaves come from thc
preservation prpcess they are ver
pliable and may be molded into,
any shape and painted any col

The entire time of those in at-
tendance will be spent upon this:
course so it will be possible to-cover
the subject thoroughly. The work
will include bituminous materials,
surface treatments, bituminous
macadam; rock asphalt, sheet as-
phalt, and bituminous concrete,
Anyone interested will be admit-
ted to this course, as there are no
prerequisites, and no University
credits will be given.

They are very durable, and al- -- Iva
though the process has not had a PHOENIX, Ariz.-Undefeated in Who is th
time test yet, Wood is confidant four years, the Phoenix Indian tion in Ma
that they will stand up for many i school football team has made tionists hav
years. To make the leaves durable, 1,960 points to opponents 12. on Sofia, th

an Michailoff
e leader of the revolu
acedonia. The revolt
ve threatened to marc
e Bulgarian capital.






Life and

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second January after the student American and British ambassa-
leaves school.
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ships in bwo succesL::ve years, it formal dedication of the Imperial
was said, but no student may be University library. at Tokyo.
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